1984 Ford Bronco II 2.8L V6 from North America
Go for the Blazer or Cherokee
Washer fluid doesn't come out of the back.
Lights don't work on some of the instrument panels.
New spark plugs, 2 other things that cost 100 bucks each.
OK SUV, but doesn't really cut it on the freeway with only a 4 speed manual, 65 is your highest speed.
Also 115 hsp is ridiculous for a V6, this engine could have used a lot more power, and still only gets about 18 mpg.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 30th December, 2000
11th May 2001, 06:41
I have a 84, it's a bitch, but it has gotton me and my friends out of a lot of trouble. I have hit snow banks at 45mph. Still works after about 2-5 feet of air. Hit trash cans, submerged it up to the windows in mud, that is the only time it got stuck. I love it, will own it for a while.
It's been fun
It's been real
It's been real fun.
4th Jul 2008, 16:50
My first car!
I just got a Ford Bronco II 1984 standard 4 speed with all its original miles on it. I don't really have to worry about the speed, seeing how the highest speed limit in Hawaii is 55, so I'm all set there, and other than that I love the truck.
2nd Nov 2008, 08:45
I would love to have this truck, but I might not be able to, and it would be my first vehicle. My mom doesn't want to buy it because she has plans to buy my sisters white Alero Oldsmobile, but I think it's a chick car, and the Bronco would do better for me anyways, because I live on a farm where we get big drifts, but I don't know what to do.
2nd Nov 2008, 13:25
Did the thought ever occur to you to buy your own car? My parents never bought a car for me, even though they had the means to easily do so, nor did I expect them to. You should count your blessings if your mom is buying you a car, regardless of what type of car it is, and stop complaining. We have too many people in society who want something for nothing as it is.
If you want a Bronco II that badly, save up and buy one yourself. You will appreciate it a lot more, while getting a perhaps much needed taste of what it is like in the real world.